This essay focuses on front of distant audiences. You will consider the peer-reviewed journal articles and write . A synthetic essay the evaluates these articles strengths, weaknesses, and unanswered questions.
3. Literature review – based on a minimum of ten scholarly. You will consider the peer-reviewed journal articles and write . A synthetic essay the evaluates these articles strengths, weaknesses, and unanswered questions.
You will summarize all of the readings in an annotated bibliography before completing the literature review. i. See American Society of Criminology Journals for example of scholarly peer-reviewed articles: http://www.asc41.com/links/journals.html.
All ancient Greek literature was to some degree oral in nature, and the earliest literature was completely so. Homer’s epic poetry, states Michael Gagarin, was largely compose, perform and transmit orally. As folklores and legends were perform infront of distant audiences. The singers would substitute the names in the stories with local characters or rulers to give. The stories a local flavor and thus connect with the audience.
The lack of surviving texts about the Greek and Roman religious traditions have led scholars. To presume that these were ritualistic and transmitted as oral traditions. But some scholars disagree that the complex rituals. In front of distant audiences the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations were an exclusive product of an oral tradition.
Writing systems are not know to have exist among Native North Americans before contact with Europeans. Oral storytelling traditions flourished in a context.
While some stories were tell for front of distant audiences amusement and leisure. Most function as practical lessons from tribal experience apply to. Immediate moral, social, psychological, and environmental issues. Stories fuse fictional, supernatural, or otherwise exaggerated characters and circumstances. With real emotions and morals as a means of teaching.
Plots often reflect real life situations and may be aim at particular people known by the story’s audience. In this way, social pressure could be exert without directly causing embarrassment or social exclusion. For example, rather than yelling, Inuit parents might deter their children. Wandering too close to the water’s edge by telling a story about a sea monster with a pouch for children within its reach.